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All you need to know about Noosa's art scene during spring BRONWYN BARTON Inspired by the natural sub-tropical bush setting Bronwyn calls home, her work is semi-abstract characterised by the layering of paint and mark making. 19 Greentree Place, Doonan Phone 0423 809 510 wyntonstudio.com.au BUTTER FACTORY POTTERY STUDIO Wheel work, hand

Noosa will become a celebration of the visual arts with major art festivals taking over our streets, waterways and towns as local artists throw open their studio doors or install their artistic creations in the everyday environment for the whole month of October. Welcome to

John Caruso profiles a local artist who has a few surprises in store for Noosa Open Studios. Helen Peel is a popular local artist who has been part of five of the last six Noosa Open Studio trails. Best known for her rich portraits and lifelike

Alexandra Baxter reveals why she sees the 40 Under 40 Exhibition as the birthplace for artist and collector alike. Before I begin, I would like to rather intimately describe to you my current living situation. I am freshly 22 and pay $180 a week rent. To

Gallery Director, Noosa Regional Gallery and Artistic Director of Floating Land Michael Brennan dives into a magically metaphorical world where art and environment collide at the edge of ideas. I’ve heard there was a time not that long ago when wedges of black swans could be

From the first performance of two skits performed on the back of a truck at the Scouts’ Den in 1971, Helen Flanagan says the Noosa Arts Theatre’s spectacular ride continues with Pygmalion, written by George Bernard Shaw. George Bernard Shaw’s most popular play, Pygmalion, was named

Noosa Regional Gallery Director Michael Brennan previews an upcoming exhibition that celebrates internationally recognised, award-winning Australian architect Gabriel Poole. Many of us take architecture for granted. There is, of course, the ‘wow’ factor of experiencing an exceptional space for the first time. However, when an environment is

The Butter Factory Arts Centre is renowned for shining a light on new and established artists and will celebrate the Butter Factory Friends with the 2021 Eclectica Art Awards, as Georgia Beard discovers. The Butter Factory Arts Centre (BFAC) has been in the hands of the